Gadgets & Gear

If there's one thing we've noticed over the years, it's that many reviews aren't very honest. They often leave out glaring problems, meaning sad times for the poor bloke who went out and bought the thing. Well, I'm here to tell you that we won't be pulling any punches. Whether we're reviewing the latest Android phone or an ultralight backpack, we'll cover it all, the good and the bad.

Flipping Phones for Fun and Profit

Photo by Gordon Mei

One of the great things about human technological ingenuity is that we’re always improving our gadgets. The moment we come up with something, well… it’s not long before we’ve figured out how to improve it. That’s a quality “problem” to have, but it also means that it’s easy to get caught in a never ending […]

MOTA SmartRing – Notifications At Your Fingertips

smart ring by MOTA

We have too many “smart things” these days with fancy gadgets such as the Google Glass, smart phones, smart watches, and we now even have smart rings. Yes, a ring that goes on your finger and does various “smart” activities. I’m not even that old and I kind of miss the “good ol’ days” when […]

LEGO Ferrari Collection


Over the years, we’ve written quite a few posts on LEGO stuff; yes we’re grownups and yes we still love these beautiful magical plastic bricks. I recently got really excited about the launch of the LEGO Mini Cooper and here’s a new collection that has me excited; the LEGO Ferrari Collection. The set is officially […]

The Apple Watch Smartwatch


Smartwatches have become quite popular over the last few years, with every major electronics manufacturer offering at least one smart watch. I believe the whole “smart watch” trend started when either Apple announced they’ll be making a smart watch, or it was a rumor started by someone that Apple will make a smart watch… that […]

Coffee On The Go – GSI Outdoors Javamill And Java Press

coffee press for camping

GSI Outdoors is a company devoted to improving the outdoor experience. Although I’m decidedly not the outdoors type, like many of you reading this, I can’t start my day without a solid cup of coffee… or several! GSI Outdoors was kind enough to provide us with a combination Javamill and Javapress for testing. The GSI […]

Noke – World’s First Bluetooth Padlock

bluetooth lock

If you’re the type to always lose your keys and have a terrible memory when it comes to memorizing a combinations for your locks, then the Noke padlock just might be the thing you are looking for. The Noke padlock is the world’s first bluetooth enabled padlock and is currently being funded on Kickstarter. Letting […]